Articles Tagged “corn”
A stovetop clambake that comes together in less than an hour, and a step-by-step game plan.Read More »
Pati Jinich shares 4 recipes that bring classic Mexican food straight to your dinner table.Read More »
From "burgoo" feasts to Spam Jam, how American food festivals got their start. Plus, the most intriguing events to line up for.Read More »
Pati brings Mexican street food straight to your kitchen.Read More »
For Meatless Monday, we're taking advantage of summer produce by turning salad and fresh bread into a substantial dinner.Read More »
It looks like prehistoric seaweed, but salicornia is actually a salty succulent that wants to be worked into dinners all week long.Read More »
Sometimes it's the unintentional kitchen mishaps that taste the best.Read More »
With tan, green, and yellow skin that yields to bright orange insides, winter squash provide a cold-weather splash of color at farmers' market. Though they're closely related to melons and (of course) summer squash, winter squash have unique characteristics -- their tough skin, delicious seeds, and sweet flesh make them kitchen staples from the beginning of autumn until spring.Read More »
Whether you'll be singing along to Les Miz or cheering on Frodo and the dwarves, you'll want something to nibble on during those holiday blockbusters.Read More »
You'll be hearing from the staff at FOOD52 every week in Too Many Cooks, our group column in which we pool our answers to questions about food, cooking, life, and more.
You'll forgive us, I hope, if we're a little hyper today. You see, with Halloween weekend coming up, we've all got phantom sugar highs from the memory of candy bars past.
Today we head to the candy aisle to answer the question: What's your favorite Halloween candy? Bring on the Twix bars, the Warheads, and the Nerds! There'll be time for homemade caramel apples all fall.Read More »